VOLUME 3 – ISSUE 1, FEB 2022
Feature Interview of Meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe
on the Climate Crisis
Johanna Wagstaffe is likely the hardest working, multi-talented broadcast meteorologist in British Columbia. Whenever there is significant weather in BC or the rest of the world, you’ll see or hear…
[Editor’s note: The GTEC Board of Directors opens each meeting with words regarding our relationship with Indigenous people so that we might improve our side of that relationship. The following…
The clarion call is here for a radical way of re-thinking the human relationship within and alongside the environment. Imagine a new paradigm and a new socio-political-economic system that is…
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Bill Stovin is a retired journalist with a long career at CBC-TV and radio and in private radio as well as a former Communications Director in government.
Linda Thyer, MD
Linda is a Vancouver based physician and member of the GTEC Board of Directors with longstanding interests in the health impacts of the climate crisis.
Colin James Sanders, Ph.D.
Colin lives with his partner Gail on BC’s The Sunshine Coast, where he reads, writes, paints, and walks the trails and beaches with their dog Garcia. Gail and Colin have seven grandchildren and believe Earth is worth saving for their sake.
Scott Lawrance, Ed.D., R.C.C.
Scott Lawrance is a writer who lives in Cumberland, B.C. He has done a lot of stuff, read a lot of books, and is disappointed that the world is getting worse but it’s still a beautiful place to get born into.